Like any other art form, photography has a way of taking the artist in areas they probably wouldn’t be involved in otherwise. Peter McKinnon has an excellent video highlighting the matter, discussing the notion of where photography takes you.
Join Pierre T. Lambert and Taylor Jackson while discussing travel, street and general photography, and video life. Photographer videos like this are great, and this was shot at Sony Kando. Check it out!
Sean Tucker’s latest discusses the real power behind the medium of photography. It specifically highlights the importance of a picture and how it captures moments in time that’ll live for years to come.
The concept of narrative is a very powerful tool when applied to photography. In this video, The Art of Photography explores three examples of photographers using narrative to communicate visually in book form.
Welcome to another episode from T. Hopper, this time exploring the work of Alex Webb, talking about personal growth, the language of photography, personal growth, and more. Check it out!
Hopper has a video discussing Saul Leiter. The video focuses on exploring a book titled “The Unseen Photography of Saul Leiter” and ideas such as texture, color, and perspective in photography, as well as what happens when a photo becomes more.
In this video, Samuel Streetlife talks about their street photography philosophy and how they fell in love with their hometown, Hamburg, again. It’s a great video, especially if you enjoy the deeper meaning of photography and the notion of taking pictures to preserve.
Kyle McDougall has an updated video sharing some photography trips to Dartmoor and the Lake District, focusing on a three-month break from photography, and two essential lessons they were reminded of.
Tin House Studio’s video discusses dealing with burnout as a professional photographer in 2022. Photography burnout is an area that’s not special to photography, with any artist potentially facing burnout after working on that specific endeavor for too long. So, what is it? And how do you deal with it? Watch the video to find…
The Photographic Eye’s creative passion for photography is what drove them to a breaking point. The video discusses the idea of having an obsessed passion can lead to a point of mental anguish.
Can’t get enough of these videos from The Photographic Eye, with the latest focusing on why it’s imperative for you to grow as a photographer. As obvious as it may seem, sometimes photographers need a reminder.
The Photographic Eye has yet another great video, highlighting mood in photography. As said in the video, using mood to create an atmosphere in your photography can be an effective and compelling way to draw the viewer into your photo.
The Photographic Eye has a video on how a quote by Ernst Haas removed so many barriers to their creative process. Today, they hope it will do the same for you.
The Northrups have a video discussing the idea of being burnt out on photography. It highlights the notion of finding the motivation or will to pick up a camera and take photos.
Welcome back to another video from T. Hopper, this time around to discuss the painting of master Edward Hopper and, of course, to take lessons from his work. Edward Hopper was an American realist painter and printmaker.
T Hopper has a video looking at what makes a good photo, the reasons, and the elements. Furthermore, it highlights why sometimes we like things, and we don’t know why.
In this video, Ulysses Aoki talks about what success in photography means today regarding travel and candid photography. Give it a viewing, especially if you feel you’re at a weird spot in your photography.
As said from Sony I Alpha Universe, Brooke Shaden meets with experimental photographer and artist Jen Sulak for a meaningful discussion followed by a compelling photo shoot.
In this video, Expressive Photography asks some of the most important questions we as photographers can ask: What is good photography? And more importantly, what does it mean to be a good photographer?
T Hopper has a video taking lessons from the life and career of the great Josef Koudelka, touching themes such as the strength of the human spirit, photographing for ourselves, and finding a heart amongst darkness.